Two more major commercial names have now got open source competitors with which to tussle.
Songbird, from Californian startup Pioneers of the Inevitable, is aiming to break Apple iTunes’ dominance by becoming “the Firefox of MP3s”. There’s more on them at CNet and PC World’s blogs.
Gnash is a GNU Flash player developed at the behest of the FSF and aiming to take on Adobe’s Flash player (formerly of Macromedia). Newsforge takes a look at how it was developed.